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Poster: heynow1 Date: Feb 4, 2012 2:50am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Checking to see if I did this right

all set-there were some spaces in the file names that were stripped causing a md5 fail. Spaces in file names are always removed on the upload. It also looked like you edited something in the derive process which stalled it too

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Poster: dr_calahan Date: Feb 4, 2012 6:48am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Checking to see if I did this right

Thank you for pointing that out. Yes, I did try to upload something after I pressed share, now I know better. It was the md5 file. I also got this email warning:

This message has been automatically generated for you because
one or more of the files you uploaded were corrupted during the upload process or were not uploaded at all. Due to this failure, all the files of this item have been made non-downloadable.

This didn't seem to occur, I didn't upload a new md5 files, but the files are still downloadable. This is the second time this happened (warning email), and the first time, I re-created and re-uploaded the md5 file. Do I have to do that this time or has everything been fixed? I don't mind re-uploading, but I don't want to mess it up again.

Thanks again for all your help and advice.